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On this edition of the WBGO Journal, we learn about the tradition of cantorial music from WBGO's Jon Kalish, film critic Harlan Jacobson reviews Jordan Peele's NOPE and host Doug Doyle chats with the big names in the American Cornhole League

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One of the cantors and record producer Jeremiah Lockwood on stage at the Jewish Culture Festival in Krakaow, Poland in June.

On this July 30 episode of the WBGO Journal.....

A call for New Jerseyans to conserve water during these hot temperatures….

WBGO’s Jon Kalish reports on a small group of Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn that is reviving the tradition of cantorial music….

An uplighting story from WBGO's Janice Kirkel on the third and fourth grade girls track team at Kipp Academy in Newark, competing in the National Junior Olympics…

I’ll chat with the those responsible for the entertaining and people American Cornhole League

and our film critic Harlan Jacobson reviews Jordan Peele’s NOPE

Doug Doyle has been News Director at WBGO since 1998 and has taken his department to new heights in coverage and recognition. Doug and his staff have received more than 200 awards from organizations like PRNDI, AP, New York Association of Black Journalists, Garden State Association of Black Journalists and the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists.